1851 Hiram Douglas House In Ooltewah, National Historic Registry Site, To Be Dedicated And Historical Marker Revealed

  • Thursday, October 6, 2022
photo by Pleasant Vonnoh
A new Tennessee state historical marker is to be revealed at the dedication event for The Hiram Douglas House on Snow Hill Road in Ooltewah. Originally the home of traveling minister Hiram Douglas (1813-1865), the 1851 building has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1973.

Join building owners Drew Holland and Brooke Holland, current tenant The Drawing Room and special guests and friends for a dedication of the building, open house celebration and unveiling of the site’s new historical marker summarizing the significance and history of Hiram Douglas and The Hiram Douglas House on Thursday, Oct.13 at 4 p.m.
at 7414 Snow Hill Road in Ooltewah.

For more information, contact Drew Holland at drewhollandtn@hotmail.com.
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